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Brave New Wealthy World: Winning the Struggle for Global Prosperity

by: John Edmunds.

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Publisher: FINANCIAL TIMES,2003/09/02

Category: FINANCE Level: I/A

ISBN: 0130381608
ISBN13: 9780130381606

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Book Description

  Brave New Wealthy World demonstrates how new global financial arrangements will spreadprosperity and well-being more widely than ever - and what it'll take to spread the wealthvirtually everywhere. Capital markets expert John C. Edmunds demonstrates why 'first-world'investors will increasingly depend upon growth in emerging economies, and offers a blueprint fortransforming emerging nations' financial systems into powerful drivers of economic growth.

      Author Biographies

  John C. Edmunds is Research Director of the Institute for Latin American Business Studies at Babson College, and faculty member of the Arthur D. Little School of Management. He has chaired Babson's finance faculty and directed its Stephen D. Cutler Investment Management Center. Prior to 1993, he was Professor of Capital Markets at Instituto de Empresa in Madrid, Spain, and spent 18 years in Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Edmunds' areas of interest are capital markets, international finance, derivatives, and emerging markets. His books include The Risk Takers' Club (Pearson Prentice Hall) and Wealth by Association, both with John Marthinsen.